Hydrostatic extrusion -- Congresses. : Hydrostatic extrusion : papers presented at the NEL/AIRAPT International Conference on Hydrostatic Extrusion, University of Stirling, 1973 / organized by the National Engineering Laboratory, East Kilbride, Glasgow, Scotland ; edited by H. L1. D. Pugh.
Hydrostatic pressure. : Hydrostatic testing, corrosion, and microbiologically influenced corrosion : a field manual for control and prevention / Reza Javaherdashti, Farzaneh Akvan.
Hydrotherapy -- England. : Spadacrene Anglica: or, the English spaw. Being an account of the situation, nature, physical use, and admirable cures, performed by the waters of Harrogate, and parts adjacent. By the late learned and eminent physician, Dr. Dean, of York. And also The Observations of the ingenious Dr. Stanhope. Wherein it is proved by Reason and Experience, that the Vitrioline Fountain is equal to the German Spaw. To which are added, Some Observations (collected from modern Authors) of the Nature, Virtues, and Manner of Using the Sweet and Sulphur Waters at Harrogate.
Hydrotherapy -- England -- Bath. : A treatise of warm bath water, and of cures made lately at Bath in Somersetshire, plainly proving that it is more probable to cure diseases by drinking warm mineral waters, and bathing in them, than in cold mineral waters. By John Quinton, M.D....
Hydrotherapy -- England -- Bath -- Early works to 1800. : A practical essay on fevers. : Containing remarks on the hot and cool methods of their cure. Wherein The First is Rejected, and the Last Recommended. To which is annex'd, a dissertation on the Bath-Waters. By William Oliver, M. D. Fellow of the Royal Society, and Member of the College of Physicians, London. Dubiam Salutem qui dat afflictis negat. Seneca Traged.
Hydrotherapy -- England -- Early works to 1800. : Kitchin-physick, or, Advice to the poor : by way of dialogue betwixt Philanthropos, Eugenius, Lazarus [brace] [brace] physician, apothecary, patient : with rules and directions, how to prevent sickness, and cure diseases by diet, and such things as are daily sold in the market : as also, for the better enabling of nurses, and such as attend sick people : there being nothing as yet extant (though much desired) of this nature.
Hydrotherapy -- Italy -- History. : Le thermalisme romain en Italie : aspects sociaux et culturels aux deux premiers siècles de l'Empire / par Marie Guérin-Beauvois ; préface de Pierre Gros ; postface de Paul Vert.
Hydrotherapy -- Jamaica -- Early works to 1800. : A short dissertation on the Jamaica bath waters : to which is prefixed, an introduction concerning mineral waters in general; Shewing the Methods of examining them, and ascertaining their Contents. B y Thomas Dancer, M. D. Physician to the Bath.
Medicine, Physical -- England -- Hydrotherapy. : A general treatise on the different sorts of cold mineral waters in England; with a variety of experiments for examining and ascertaining their virtues and uses, and discovering their effects on the blood and juices of the human body. : To which is added an account of several experiments made in search after a solvent of the human calculus; and a discourse on the nature and effects of milk, &c.